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Hyde Park


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Serpentine Rd.
London, Greater London W2 2TP

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"Hyde Park- it'll be stunning at that time of year."  See More

"For great neighboorhood feel, we usually stay in Notting Hill and areas nearby like Fitzrovia or Marylebone Great walks in Hyde Park, The Regent's Park, and St James's Park Near Buckingham Palace and also near the museums (Natural History Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum (Stop N)) ."  See More

"Hyde Park, Regent's Park, Holland Park, Kensington Gardens and stay within the circle line roughly."  See More

"Try looking for the parks on London map and choose Airbnb or whatever right near those parks Regent's Park, Hyde Park, Kensington Park Gardens, even Battersea Park(St James's Park, Green Park st will be too central/ will be expensive)."  See More

"Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, Houses Of Parliament Shop, a walk through Hyde Park."  See More

"If you're a walker, it's easy to walk to places like Hyde Park, Marble Arch and further afield from there."  See More

"I'd walk south and check out the free Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park for the night."  See More

"Hyde Park is impressive, with Kensington Gardens adjacent."  See More

"It's near to the Victoria & Albert Museum Natural History Museum Royal Albert Hall and Hyde Park ."  See More

"My favorite hotel in the area, though, is the London Elizabeth Hotel for its lovely rooms, proximity to Hyde Park (one of my favorite places in London) and the many restaurants and pubs in close proximity."  See More

"If that is not an option,I would go to Hyde Park, Abbey Road, New Oxford St."  See More

"As for places to go my boys loved the Museum of Science right next to the Natural History Museum near Hyde Park."  See More

"Parks - Green Park, Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens, St James's Park, Greenwich Park(great view), The Regent's ParkHampstead Heath (Great View"  See More

"Hackney (for live music) Hyde Park and Battersea Park: beautiful parks (especially if you like to run) The Regent's Park: go to Primrose Hill to see 360 degree view of London Depending on time of year, see a show at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre."  See More

"Dinner at The Shard (oblix ££££ ) Oxo Tower Wharf(£££) gives you great views of the city and depending when you visit they have ice skating at various locations - Somerset House - Hyde Park."  See More

"If you can get hustle down to Hyde Park you can see some greenery and then run back to Paddington for the train ride back to Heathrow."  See More

"For me in London, it has to be Kensington, near Hyde Park and easy access to the center on London."  See More

"Green Park, Hyde Park, and The Regent's Park for bike rides and lounging (Regent's Park has a beautiful place to see plays in the summer called Regent's Park Open Air Theatre)."  See More

"Attractions: All the cliche (great for couples): - London EyeLondon Eye (giant Ferris wheel on the South Bank of the River Thames - Buckingham PalaceBuckingham palace, Westminster Abbey, London Tower & The London Dungeon - Madame Tussauds London Madame Tussaud's wax museum -Hyde ParkTake a walk or bike through Hyde Park Restaurants - so many but i give my favourites but as everything in London is expensive get ready to spend GBP, always call for reservation where possible: -The best food you will ever eat in your life if you are into Japanese fusion: Nobu (London) (restaurant - you always spot celebrities there) & Nobu This second one is more known as Nobu Lounge (more hip party atmosphere with a DJ - club like with dance floor after 12pm) $$$ -Best Pizza i ever had: Pizzeria (Bar type seating with the singing Italian chef) - ( on the 3rd or 4th floor of Harrod's) $ -Best breakfast: Tom's Kitchen $$ -Wagamama - Amazing asian casual dining (bench type seating) Famous for their Chicken Katsu Curry $$ -Burger & Lobster (the best of those two, beware, their lobsters get really big so you can always opt for the amazing lobster sandwich) $$ All the food places in the food courts of Selfridges, Harrods & on the 5th floor of Harvey Nichols London (this is where burger and lobster is) Get around with uber or navigate the tube."  See More

"And don't forget, there's always a sausage roll waiting for you in Hyde Park."  See More

"If it's fine weather a walk in Hyde Park and the playground in Kensington Gardens can while away some time."  See More

"Good for a rainy day; a walk through Hyde Park is nice, and on Sunday mornings head to Speakers' Corner (10 AM)."  See More

"A picnic in Hyde Park or Green Park"  See More

"Winter related activities: Hyde Park, they will have a fair happening in December called Winter Wonderland"  See More

"There is a big theme park with market stall and rides in Hyde Park, called Winter Wonderland."  See More

"The The British Museum of course, Notting Hill, Kensington, Knightsbridge, Hyde Park, a walk along the Thames from the London Eye to the Tower Bridge, Soho, and all the little squares and semi-private gardens all around the city."  See More

"There's lots of hotels to choose from near Bayswater Rd, right by Hyde Park."  See More

"Don't miss to have a look at The Big Ben, biking / chilling at Hyde Park, and visit one or two of those markets like Camden Market."  See More

"Take the Heathrow Express which takes you to Paddington Station which is just a few short blocks from one of my favorite places in all of London, Hyde Park."  See More

"If you find yourself over near the Hyde Park area, try The Victoria Pub for great fish and chips and Ghost Ship ale."  See More

"One of my very favorite early-morning places - anytime places, actually - is Hyde Park."  See More

"Walk through Hyde Park, St James Park, Pall Mall."  See More

"On a Saturday go to Hyde Park and watch the street performers!"  See More

"The Kensington Close Hotel is a quiet location located one block from the tube and within walking distance to the museums, Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens."  See More

"Very close to Buckingham Palace, Hyde Park, shopping, great food, etc."  See More

"You should endeavor to stay in the Westminster section of London, this would place you near Hyde Park, Buckingham Palace, House Of Parliament & Big Ben, etc."  See More

"If you are into the outdoors, spend a day of picnic at Hyde Park"  See More

"Grand Plaza Bayswater Apartments is near Hyde Park and the underground."  See More

"You're right near the much busier Hyde Park and The Serpentine Lido, Green Park, Buckingham Palace, and St James' Park."  See More

"Many days can be spent wandering around the following all within a 15 minute walk of each other: the Victoria & Albert Museum, Natural History Museum, Science Museum, the Royal College of Art and Royal Geographical Society on Kensington Gore are next to the Royal Albert Hall and have free events and exhibitions- continue your walk into the Hyde Park and the Serpentine Gallery in the park- dip your toes into the Diana Princess Of Wales Memorial Walk, and it is possible to swim on the south side of the Serpentine So bring a towel."  See More

"See the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace, and listen to the weirdos at speakers corner in Hyde Park."  See More

"Also you will be at a reasonable walking distance from Hyde Park."  See More

"Close to Harrods, Buckingham Palace, Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park."  See More

"Hyde Park - has a Bavarian Christmas Market in December, so, er, now you can pretend you are in Germany when you are in Britain."  See More

"com/london/museums/free-museums-in-london 5) Hyde Park, Trafalgar Square, Camden Market are all free and lovely places."  See More

"Hampstead Heath is a beautiful area north of London along with all of the parks including Hyde Park and the famous Hyde Park Corner at the Marble Arch."  See More

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Hotels nearby:
  1. London Elizabeth Hotel
  2. Corus Hotel Hyde Park
  3. Royal Court Apartments
  4. Elysee Hotel



Things to do nearby:
  1. The Serpentine Lido
  2. Serpentine Lake
  3. Serpentine Gallery
  4. Peter Pan Statue
  5. Royal Geographical Society



Restaurants nearby:
  1. Lido Cafe
  2. Salt & Honey
  3. Serpentine Bar & Kitchen
  4. Mr Chow
  5. Dinner by Heston



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